Introducing the Commercial Routing Assistance App!

Avoid Delays and Navigate Commercial Vehicles Faster During COVID-19 or Disasters While Staying Compliant w/Changing Government Restrictions
Are you commercial vehicle drivers facing delays and uncertainties when driving across multiple states that have enacted COVID-19 or disaster-related executive orders, declarations, curfews, social distancing, 14-day quarantines, and closings ...Learn how 5,000+ users of the new CRA app have solved these problems!
This new Commerce Routing App (CRA) reduces delays and increases driver confidence by providing a "visual routing assistance" app easy to use, highly reliable, and provides accurate information that is updated daily.

The CRA app streamlines commercial vehicle movement across multiple states by aggregating government documents, information, and data relevant to the logistics industry in times of restricted operations.

CRA was developed by Idaho National Laboratory (INL), and funded by the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and leverages coordinated data streams provided by the All Hazards Consortium (AHC) and its Sensitive Information Sharing Environment (SISE).

The Commercial Routing Assistance (CRA) app provides the latest information relevant to commercial organizations and drivers, state transportation officials and regulators, federal transportation officials and regulators, and trade associations who rely upon continuous vehicle movement to meet their mission.

Routes provided are for planning purposes only and have not been verified against federal, state, or local ordinances.
  • ​​Helps drivers avoid delays from COVID-19
  • ​Streamlines commercial vehicle movements
  • ​Increases driver confidence/compliance
  • ​Simple to use, visually organizes data
  • ​Provides multiple routes and options
  • ​Aggregates government information sources
  • ​Updated daily for all states

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Many organizations were involved in different ways to help this initiative happen: 

State Emergency Management & Other Agencies
Florida, North Carolina, Louisiana, Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Maryland Fusion Center

Federal Agencies / Groups
DHS CISA, FEMA US/DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, DHS TSA (Roadway, Air, and Port), NOAA, NASA, USGS, CDC, US DOE, US HHS, White House Office of Science Technology and Policy, Regional Consortium Coordinating Council (RCCC), Cross Sector Coordination Council (CSCC), State, Local, Tribal & Territorial Government Coordinating Council (SLTTGCC)

Research/ Councils
Idaho National Labs, Johns Hopkins University, Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Federation, and more...

Edison Electric Institute, Petroleum Marketers Association of America, Food Marketing Institute, Health Care Ready, National Governors Association, Council of State Governments, Association of American Railroads, American Logistics Aid Network, American Trucking Association, and more...

Participating companies from various sectors: Duke, American Electric Power, ComEd, Florida Power & Light, First Energy, Dominion , Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation, Louisville Gas & Electric, Westar Energy, ONCOR Energy, CenterPoint Energy, National Grid,  PSEG – Long Island, ConEdison, Eversource Energy, PEPCO, PECO, Exelon, PPL Electric, Wakefern Foods, Verizon, Asplundh, Dominion Energy, Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA), ComEdison, Storm Center Communications, Training Outreach, Pacific Gas & Electric,  Northern Grid, ARCOS, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Southern Cal Edison, Bent Ear Solutions LLC, Skyline Technology Solutions, Witt-O'Briens, Dominion Energy, ARCOS, AES, and more…

As with all disasters, any information is subject to change without notice. The All Hazards Consortium, its working groups and partners, industry and government stakeholders expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever, for any usage of this information by its recipient(s). Recipient’s usage of this data constitutes a waiver of any claim it may have with respect to its use of the data. Please consider all information operationally confidential.

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